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Originally posted by LittleBlackEagle
Originally posted by FissionSurplus
Mercurochome would be a good one. I would probably use colloidal silver and olive leaf extract. For an internal antibiotic I would use Samento (a derivative of cat's claw, very potent).
Honey and cinnamon together are also very good for putting on wounds. Honey is a natural antibacterial and the cinnamon adds extra kick.
Let us not forget the old stand-bys, hydrogen peroxide and isopropyl alcohol.
peroxide actually does more harm than good since it destroys the flesh it comes in contact with, along with the bacteria. iodine or betadine would be a good choice.
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